Herdsmen onslaught: Cleric advocates Buhari’s impeachment
.Says another Jihad in the offing
The Bishop and General Overseer of Mount Zion Faith Global Liberation Ministries Inc. ( a.k.a By Fire By Fire), Anambra State, Abraham Chris Udeh, has raised the alarm that the current onslaught of Fulani herdsmen against civilians might be another form of Jihad.
Bishop Udeh said that cattle rearing started centuries ago in Nigeria but the herdsmen he knew never used a dangerous weapon like an AK47 rifle instead of bows and sticks.
"This is an indication that something is ominous about the new dimension".
He said that the Fulanis were on the mission of forcing their Islamic religion on the rest of Christian communities in Nigeria, using cattle rearing as a camouflage.
According to him, it was their intention to wipe out Christianity for Nigeria to be an Islamic nation.
Udeh said that President Muhammadu Buhari has failed Nigerians and should not be supported for a second-tenure, adding that his continuation as a President would mean more blood shed in the country since, according to him, the Fulani herdsmen felt protected under his leadership. He called for President Buhari's impeachment.
"I give the National Assembly up to February this year to begin the process of impeaching the President or face the wrath of God. I prophesy that whoever supports Buhahri for a second-tenure would be doomed, if I be a man of God.
"Those killers are not herdsmen. They are jihadists who want to turn Nigeria into an Islamic nation. But the anger and fury of the Almighty God will fall upon them. God told me that they were being sponsored by an Islamic nation," the bishop said.
He claimed that he saw the Fulani herders looking at the South East as the next zone they would attack.
He wondered why President Buhari had not labeled the herdsmen as terrorists for them to be faced as that.
He warned that the national president of Miyetti Allah Cattle Herders Association, Husaini Yusuf Bosso's alleged warning of more blood shed in Benue should be taken serious based on his demand that Governor Samuel Ortom's anti-grazing law be withdrawn in the state to allow the herders passage through Benue State land.